Norfolk Arms Hotel
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... chairs, cabinets, walls and ceilings represented thousands of artist hours to achieve. Unimaginably intricate and often beautiful carving. There was one religious relic that had 7 separate compartments with such lifelike carvings in ivory of the human anatomy that it was almost mesmerizing.
Our train passes are now defunct. From here on out - underground and ...
... it was a tin plate works and made tin plate that was sent all over the world until well into the 20th cent. Men, women and children as young as 8 years old were employed here for a minimum of 12 hours a day, 6 days a week. Little is left of the old works, just a few stone ruins but there are a number of information boards that detail the process used and also an audio visual.
The waterfall has 1,000,000 litres of water over it every minute, maybe ...
... it was the last day of a long weekend and everyone in France as well as numerous other countries had chosen this time to visit. God alone knows what it must be like in the summer.
Phew! Did I have a great day in Paris! After a bit of discussion it was decided to take one of those open top double decker bus tours of the city. Although it was a reasonable day, bright sunshine and only a little cloud there was a chilly wind and on the ...
... and still, more than 20 years on, it has not yet resurfaced.
Anyway, with the new petrol pump fitted we were off again. In order to drive across Russia within our 10 day visa requirement and not knowing what was likely to go wrong next, but sure as hell something would, D was driving at all hours. He would have a sleep when tired and start off again when he woke no matter what time this was. We got through Omsk and Ishim OK, and then came across ...
... his son, James Edward Stuart, and they stay with Louis XIV. James II follows the next day on Dec 10, 1688, and supposedly throws the Great Seal, the only officially recognized seal on all documents making laws, into the Thames. He gets as far as Kent and is captured and sent back to London. Then that wily William of Orange lets James II go into exile in France on Dec 23. He didn’t kill him because that ...